It was in 1969 that I started writing for Frontier, a radical left weekly published from Calcutta, as Kolkata was called then.
My first article appeared in its issue dated 18 January 1969. The association would continue for a decade, until 1979 when I joined the Indian Express which did not allow staffers to write for other publications. Continue reading “My First Guru in Journalism: Samar Sen”
Source: Election Commission of India
From A Correspondent
Loudspeakers, drums and the promises of leaders no longer fill the air. The Bihar elections in which 2,100 candidates contested 318 seats are over. The result is neither in favour of Congressism nor anti-Congressism. Continue reading “Bihar Assembly Election 1969”
A RSS drill in progress
The RSS is now-a-days very active in Ranchi city where it has occupied parks, playgrounds, and school grounds for daily shakhas.
In the Heavy EngineeringCorporation the development of the RSS has been extraordinary. Before the communal riots there were only a few members, but now in the HEC the number of the “Swaymsewaks” is near three thousand. Continue reading “Growth of RSS in Ranchi After ’67 Riots”